This article is from the Amiga Books FAQ, by Marc Atkin with numerous contributions by others.
o Gerry Kane, Doug Hawkins, and Lance Leventhal: 68000 Assembly Language Programming Osborne McGraw-Hill , 1981. ISBN 0-931988-62-4
o Stan Kelly-Bootle and Bob Fowler: 68000, 68010, 68020 Primer Waite Group Press , 1987 (2nd printing). ISBN 067-224050-4
email@example.com (Bruce Parke), 27 Oct 1993: "The best book that I have found on the 68000 [...]. I have found it to be easy to understand, and has helped to make me understand the 68000's instructions without a lot of effort. Everyone I have loaned the book to says the same thing. It explains everything about the instructions."
o Paul Overaa: Mastering Amiga Assembler Bruce Smith Books, 1992. ISBN 1-873308-11-6
o [author?]: Amiga Machine Language Abacus, [year?]. [ISBN?]
firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Roehrig), 15 Jun 1995: "It's a little old, but [the book] is a good starter. I picked up my copy for five bucks at a used book store. It's blue and white."
email@example.com (Ron Lyon), 18 Jun 1995: "This book is terrible, useless, incorrect, [expletive], no good, and guess what I dont like it. It is so old that it was written for Workbench 1.2, it teaches you bad coding habits and the code in there never seemed to work for me. ;-( I had the misfortune to try and learn assembly from this book when it first came out. I've still got it but now it's in lots of small pieces, it's great therapy tearing yet another page to bits when some code doesn't do what it should. ;-) Try `Mastering Amiga Assembler' by Paul Overaa published by Bruce Smith Books. Also try a generic 68000 programming book to learn the instruction set and register usage."